Using AI to detect cancer from patient data securely

A new way of using artificial intelligence to predict cancer from patient data without putting personal information at risk has been developed. Swarm learning can be used to help computers predict cancer in medical images of patient tissue samples, without releasing the data from hospitals.

25 April 2022,

How to use data analytics to improve quality of life

By analyzing and providing data analytics to workers about their biomechanical form, companies can reduce injuries and optimize workflow.

23 April 2022,

Get ready for your evil twin

AI-driven promotional avatars might be a legitimate use of virtual people. But what about the fraudulent uses?

23 April 2022,

How to protect AI from cyberattacks – start with the data

AI is a digital technology, which means it can be compromised particularly when confronted by an intelligent attack.

22 April 2022,

Conversational AI tools should unify calling, messaging, analytics and more

We are excited to bring Transform 2022 back in-person July 19 and virtually July 20 - 28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful talks and exciting networking opportunities. Register today! LivePerson, which makes the bots we encounter every day act

22 April 2022,

AI Weekly: Digging into DALL-E 2 for the enterprise

We are excited to bring Transform 2022 back in-person July 19 and virtually July 20 - 28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful talks and exciting networking opportunities. Register today! Welcome to the latest edition of AI Weekly  As I finish my

22 April 2022,

Tech designed to aid visually impaired could benefit from human-AI collaboration

Remote sighted assistance (RSA) technology—which connects visually impaired individuals with human agents through a live video call on their smartphones—helps people with low or no vision navigate tasks that require sight. But what happens when exist

22 April 2022,

A graph convolution machine for context-aware recommender systems

The latest advance in recommendation technology shows that better user and item representations can be learned via performing graph convolutions on the user-item interaction graph. However, such a finding is mostly restricted to the collaborative filtering (CF) scenario, where the interaction contexts are not available.

22 April 2022,

Scientists design learning-enabled safe control for systems in uncertain environments

Humans live in a world where safety-critical systems are at work all around them. Scientists want to ensure that the proper safety constraints are in place so these systems can operate safely while also performing as needed. Toward this goal, researchers at Michigan State University have developed a method for designing a learning-enabled safe controller for systems that operate in uncertain environments.

22 April 2022,

Physics-based modeling to data-driven learning? The paradigm shift in optical metrology

Deep learning is currently prompting increasing research interests and leading to a paradigm shift from physics-based modeling to data-driven learning in the field of optical metrology. Scientists in China and Singapore published a review article entitled "Deep learning in optical metrology: a review" in Light: Science & Applications.

22 April 2022,

New AI tool set to improve efficiency of UK sewer system surveys

The new technology—developed through a two-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership between the University of Exeter and South West Water—uses Artificial Intelligence to monitor and detect faults in sewers with a high level of accuracy, making it easier, more reliable, and more cost-effective to maintain the wastewater network.

22 April 2022,

Time to get social: Tracking animals with deep learning

Researchers at EPFL have made strides in computer-aided animal tracking by expanding their software, DeepLabCut, to offer high-performance tracking of multiple animals in videos.

22 April 2022,

Using deep learning to predict users' superficial judgments of human faces

Many psychology studies have confirmed the biased nature of human judgments and decision-making. When interacting with a new person, for instance, humans often make a series of automatic and superficial judgments based solely on their appearance, facial features, ethnicity, body-type, and body language.

22 April 2022,

DCMS spent 75% more on data scientists in 2021

Investments in data scientists by the UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) continue to increase rapidly.

This algorithm has opinions about your face

When two people meet, they instantly size each other up, making snap judgments about everything from the other person's age to their intelligence or trustworthiness based solely on the way they look. Those first impressions, though often inaccurate, can be extremely powerful, shaping our relationships and impacting everything from hiring decisions to criminal sentencing.

21 April 2022,

Revolutionizing CX with chatbots

Customer loss is an expensive problem to have, especially when it can be prevented through careful stewardship of the customer experience.

21 April 2022,

How to preserve our privacy in an AI-enabled world of smart fridges and fitbits? Here are my simple fixes

We are connecting ourselves, our homes and our workplaces to lots of internet-enabled devices: smartwatches, smart lightbulbs, toasters, fridges … How to keep all their data private?

21 April 2022,

Beyond chatbots: How conversational AI makes customer service smarter

Now, machines can not only better understand the words being said, but the intent behind them, while also being more flexible with responses.

21 April 2022,

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